In this inspiring episode, I talk to Amie Chatterley, bassist, backing vocalist and manger of the Birmingham, England based band, Dakesis. Amie talks us through the inner workings of a completely self-sufficient touring band, finding the time to manage several other acts, organize an entire festival, as well as run a web development company and recording studio. We also talking about the importance of remaining true to your values and promoting equality, whether that be shrouded in metaphor in music or in the real world, being a positive influence on your followers.
Amie on Facebook – https://www.facebook.com/AmieChatterleyMusic/
Amie on Instagram – https://www.instagram.com/amie_dakesis/
Amie on the web – https://amiechatterleybass.com
Dakesis on Facebook – https://www.facebook.com/Dakesis/
Dakesis on Instagram – https://www.instagram.com/dakesis/
Dakesis on the web – https://www.dakesis.com
Topics discussed in this episode : Dudley | Fury | WomenOWar | WomanOWar | Children Of Bodom | Yngwie Malmsteen | Nita Strauss | Power Metal Quest Fest | Leah McHenry | Savvy Musician Academy | Eric Peterson | Testament | Birmingham Rock School | CapsaArx Studios
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